Is there really voter fraud? reported that the Tea Party’s crusade against voter fraud by way of suppression and intimidation was flipped on its head earlier this week as election officials in six Florida counties launched an investigation into potentially hundreds of cases of suspected voter fraud by a GOP consulting firm that was paid almost $3 million by the RNC to register Republican voters in swing states. 

Even if this allegation turns out not to be not true, it shows that we have to be more suspicious of the numerous laws enacted by the RNC as well as be more careful about voting manipulation from whatever side it might come.

The United States is one of the countries who is sending election monitors to other countries, and it would be very embarrassing if the United States would be subject to voter-fraud itself.

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